Liam Doran, general secretary of the INMO with president Claire Mahon announcing the results of the nurses ballot on industrial action. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The general secretary of the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation, Liam Doran, has refused to disclose details of his salary. Mr Doran said the sala(...)

Delegates vote at the annual conference of the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation in Trim, Co Meath. Photograph: Lisa Cawley

A recruitment campaign targeted at Irish nurses working in the UK is to get underway in four British cities next month. Nurses applying to work(...)

Nurses expect a clear timetable for full pay restoration, INMO president Claire Mahon told the union’s annual conference.

The Government has quietly shelved the graduate nursing scheme, which required newly qualified staff to work for up to three years on a reduced salary(...)

General secretary of the INMO Liam Doran and organisation president Claire Mahon said they had a mandate from members to withdraw labour. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Union leaders have threatened an escalation in industrial action over the coming days and weeks if overcrowding in hospital emergency departments is n(...)

If given a chance by policy makers, midwives could “lead on new models of care”, INMO president Claire Mahon  has said. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The death of Savita Halappanavar must result in better staffing of maternity units, the president of the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO)(...)

Claire Mahon  said the situation in Irish healthcare was critical and unacceptable

The main focus in the healthcare system is not on patient safety but on budgetary constraints and cost saving, the president of the Irish Nurses and (...)

Liam Doran, general secretary, INMO, said certain hospitals were ‘failing completely’ to follow established protocols and to open extra beds to cater for extra demand.

Hospitals across the State are under pressure from nurses and midwives to address the “grave and serious” problem of routine overcrowding on wa(...)